LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Middle schoolers from across Nevada made their way to the CSN North Las Vegas campus Saturday to take part in the annual Future City competition. Teams of four competed by imagining, designing and building futuristic cities using engineering principles – and only recycled materials.
The students hope to solve the problems of today in their futuristic cities. They also have the assistance of engineering mentors from throughout the community to help along the way.
The winners in Nevada’s 2020 Future City competition: the “Anthonville” team from Saville Middle School. Bailey, Renee, Blake and Makayla (shown in the picture with Nate Tannenbaum at the top of the article) will be heading to Washington D.C. for the National Future City competition on February 18.
8NewsNow’s Nate Tannenbaum has served as MC of the Future City final competition round for more than 20 years.